Become a certified Ombudsman to Advocate for Seniors rights in Convalescent facilities
Catholic Charities Social Services in Stanislaus County operates multiple programs for seniors and families that rely on dedicated volunteers.
Ombudsmen serve on behalf of residents in long term care and assisted living facilities in Stanislaus County.
Ombudsmen help monitor the quality of care, identify and resolve problems, and respond to complaints received on behalf of elderly residents in skilled nursing homes and assisted living facilities
For more information about becoming a state Ombudsman and free training call:
Beverly Ballam at (209) 529-3784 or Bballam@ccstockton.org
Orientation come see if it's something you would like to do then-receive free training to become state certified. For the first time we are offering an evening training in September 2019. First class starts Sept 3rd.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Catholic Charities
1506 H Street, Modesto, CA 95354, US
Catholic Charities partners with others in advocating for justice and in assisting those in need by providing help for today and hope for tomorrow.
For over 70 years, Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Stockton has provided social services to people in San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Calaveras, Tuolumne, Alpine and Mono counties. We believe in the inherent dignity of each person and create services that support families and enhance the quality of life for all members of the community regardless of race, age or religion.
Today, Catholic Charities administers direct social services and advocacy through a variety of programs for the most vulnerable and under represented citizens of our communities. While we serve the Diocese of Stockton region, we are not directly funded by the Diocese of the Parishes associated with the Diocese of Stockton.